Friso Kramer 8 Black and Grey Revolt chairs for Ahrend de Cirkel 1953
8 Black and grey Revolt chairs, Designed by Industrial designer Friso Kramer in 1953 for Ahrend de Cirkel. Grey metal structure and black fiber seating and backrest. The name Revolt comes from Revolutionary chair. Literature: Friso Kramer, Industrieel Ontwerper, pages 17, 30, 31, 77. For the Industrial table or Shelving Unit.
French fibre optic chrome table lamp Starlight
Atmospheric fibre optic chrome table lamp, representing a palm tree. Chrome base with branches en at the end nylon wires. The nylon wires changes in all colors from the rain arc. In the spirit of Willy Rizzo.
Italian opaline glass sconces circa 1950
Italian glass sconces with black structure and brass, the sconces turns on its own axis. The opaline glass creates a diffuse light. Circa 1950.
Gianfranco Frattini coffee table
Coffee table based on a Japanese furniture construction, designed in 1974. Executed in small numbers by cabinet maker Pierluigi Ghianda and distributed by Knoll International.
Perignem Brown and Black ceramic table lamp
Perignem table lamp in brown and black ceramic with carved decoration, unique lamp. Freehand made. Signed underneath with Perignem.
Poul Kjaerholm pair PK 22 lounge chairs E Kold Christensen
Pair of PK 22 lounge chairs designed by Poul Kjaerholm for E. Kold Christensen in 1955. Matte chrome plated steel frame with impressed manufacturer's mark. Both new re upholstered with clay colored leather.
Emiel Veranneman Lounge chair
Lounge chair designed by Emiel Veranneman called 'la chaise', 1952. Walnut structure, elegant arm rests and legs.
Tubax 4 school chairs for children
4 chairs for children, manufactured by Tubax Belgium, period 1950. Chairs with metal grey structure and multiplex wood with above a formica in different colors.
Stilnovo white chandelier
Chandelier featuring a light diffusing shade composed of multiple rows of white aluminum banding each placed at a different angles. By Stilnovo, Italy circa 1958. For the Tobia Scarpa dinning table.
Martin Visser slat bench wenge wood made for Spectrum
Slatted bench designed by Martin Visser for Spectrum, period of manufacturing 1961. Bench made of wenge wood. Made for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
Anvia J.J.M. Hoogervorst Counter balance lamp
Counter balance lamp designed by J.J.M. Hoogervorst for Anvia, period 1955. Metal structure with counter balance and metal shade that can be moved in any direction.
Cor Alons Coffee Table for De Boer Gouda
Plywood coffee table designed by Cor Alons for De Boer Gouda Netherlands, circa 1950. Birch wooden table top with underneath a plywood shelve for your books, hold together by plywood legs.
Ilmari Tapiovaara Daybed Laukaan Puu 1955
Daybed designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara for Laukaan Puu Finland in 1955. Birch wood structure with original cushions in green vinyl. Signature underneath the structure.
Sori Yanagi Post War Japanese Elephant stool Habitat
Elephant stool designed by Sori Yanagi in 1954, this it the Habitat limited edition from 2001 made from fiberglass. One of the most famous post-war Japanese designs.
Friso Kramer Asmeta modular shelving wall unit 1953
Modular metal shelving unit or wall unit, in 1953 Martin Visser commissioned Friso Kramer to design a simple shelving unit for the Bijenkorf store in Amsterdam Netherlands. Multiple metal shelves where the colored metal (dark blue and yellow) backside can placed at your own composition.